The BIGLAKE INN, Slave Lake has 89 beautifully-appointed rooms designed to please all of your accommodation needs. We ensure that you will have a restful time while staying with us in Slave Lake.
Slave Lake is a town in northern Alberta, Canada, in the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124. It is located on the southeast shore of Lesser Slave Lake at the junction of Highway 2 and Highway 88.
The area of the present-day Town of Slave Lake was explored by Europeans when David Thompson explored the area in 1799. Following his exploration, several fur trading posts were established around Slave Lake, with a Hudson’s Bay Company post established at the mouth of the lake. The first community, called Sawridge, was wiped out by a flood in the 1930s, and was subsequently moved and renamed Slave Lake. It was incorporated as a town in 1965.
Owned In: Alberta
Last Updated September 6, 2021
Big Lake Inn Amenities:Big Lake Inn Services:
- Free WIFI
- Complimentary Continental Breakfast
- Complimentary parking
- Vending & Ice Machines
- Mail / Copy / Fax services
- Coin Laundry facilities
- ATM in lobby
- Wheelchair accessible
- Non-smoking/smoking designated rooms
- Exercise room
- Entertain room
- Kitchenettes including refrigerator, microwave, toaster and kettle
- Bell ExpressVu Satellite Television
- Complimentary local calls and voicemail
- Complimentary in-room coffee and tea service
- Iron / Ironing board
- Table or office desk
- Simmons Felicity beds